Financial services companies benefit when they use big data to better understand their customers and their industry.
The healthcare world can seriously benefit from using predictive analytics.
Manufacturers are in the midst of a fourth industrial revolution.
CPG companies are well on their way to fully adapting predictive analytics as a valuable business solution.
Re: This article:http://www.forbes.com/sites/matthewherper/2017/02/19/md-anderson-benches-ibm-watson-in-setback-for-artificial-intelligence-in-medicine/#695216f33776 So I’ve had *several* people sending me this article, I am aware, and I know a few players involved and was holding off to comment until I met with them today. A good partner that knows how to navigate internal IBM and…
Gartner Magic Quadrants are out. As you can see, IBM didn’t get the best showing on BI, but killed it in Data Science. In the evolution of Analytics the journey goes from descriptive (what happened), predictive (what’s likely to happen), to prescriptive (what are the…
Big $$ to be gained by pragmatic acceleration from Descriptive Analytics straight through Predictive to Prescriptive
The Business Intelligence and Analytics journey begins in descriptive analytics. This is a well established discipline with many, many, competent players at every price point. They have the ability automate and streamline disseminating information about what happened. Then the human brain power and domain knowledge…
Big data has to be managed and used effectively for it to pay off.
The switch to value-based care means healthcare providers have to look for new ways to collect, process, gain insight into and use existing data.
Predictive analytics can help healthcare providers more effectively diagnose and treat patients.